Mary Evelyn Tucker: the flourishing of people and planet
October 1, 2014 By Ray Waddle Yale University - Notes from the Quad
For decades Mary Evelyn Tucker has been trying to draw the world’s religions into engagement with the moral dimensions of ecological issues. She has also been birthing with others a story of science and religion for the future of a flourishing Earth community – both people and planet.
Our current ecological challenges are such that they require the insights of the world’s religions to awaken moral passion and concern, she says. And these voices are needed now.